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Registration for Discovery Days is now closed. If you are on our event waitlist and a spot opens up, we will follow up directly to confirm registration.

Travel, parking and other logistics

Engineering Discovery Days exhibits are located near Loew Hall and Rainier Vista on the University of Washington Seattle campus. To help you find your way, download a printable campus map or use this interactive map on your phone. 

See UW Commuter Services for transportation information, including bus service, light rail service, directions, and parking details. 

Parking information for school buses will be provided closer to the event date.


The fee for car parking is $7.55 (by credit card only). Cars can park in the E-18 parking lot. You can use the Pay by Phone App to pay for parking using the lot location code 123182 for E18. You will need to provide your license plate number when paying. See the campus map and driving directions for more information.

Look for our welcome booth in the parking lot, as well as one outside of Loew Hall on campus. Staff will be available to answer questions to share program information.

Bus parking

Bus parking is for registered buses only. ​You will receive specific instructions closer to the event; please drop off and park according to your assignment unless otherwise pre-arranged. Bus parking is free.

IMPORTANT: Bus parking is prohibited if you have not registered your bus for Discovery Days.

Disability parking and bus drop off zone

Disability car parking spaces are available in all public lots, with the N22 lot near the HUB and Rainier Vista reserved for disability parking only. More information about parking rates and lot locations is available at the UW self-serve parking page. Placards are required to park in lot N22. 

For buses, please email for disability bus drop off zone location information. After dropping off students, buses can park in lot E18. 

If you need special arrangements, please contact UW Transportation Services at 206-616-8710 or

Wheelchair Rental Resources 
The University of Washington does not provide or rent wheelchairs or medical equipment for use on campus. This list of resources may have wheelchairs or other equipment available for rent. 

Visit the Disability Services Office website for a list of additional community resources. 

Eating on campus

You are encouraged to bring your own picnic or sack lunch and enjoy plenty of indoor and outdoor eating spots.

Food is available for purchase at several locations, although the lines are often long.

Lost and found

Any items found by or turned in to Discovery Days volunteers will be brought to the Husky Union Building (HUB) Lost & Found at the front desk of the HUB. Please check there if you have lost something.

Thank you to our event sponsors: 

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